Month: February 2022

Issue on KRL News

by Lorie Lewis Ham


This is just reminder that KRL will be undergoing a redesign that will take hopefully no more than 2 weeks and possibly less. In the meantime, we will be posting mini issues over on KRL News and Reviews along with our midweek posts starting today. If you do not yet subscribe to KRL News in your email I highly recommend that you head over there now and do so, that way you won't miss a thing! And that you head over there now for this week's issue!

8 Iconic Pieces Of Classical Music Everyone Should Know About

by Staff



Did you have a really tiring day at work and want to unwind all the stress? Or are you cramming for an upcoming exam and wish to take a break? So instead of putting up your old go-to indie play list, why not try some classical music? You may think that it must be boring or stuffy. Classical music sure does give such vibes as it was created by old-school guys who used to wear funky wigs and fancy clothes.

Mell’s Mutts: Atticus

by Mell Garcia


Meet Atticus. This boy is so popular that he won first place in a local calendar contest, he has his own Instagram page, and he has a huge fan following! What makes the amazing boy stand out is not just his handsome smile, but Atticus had to have one of his legs amputated when he was only three weeks old.

End of February Mystery Catchup!

by Sandra Murphy
& Cynthia Chow


This week we continue to catch up on our reviews with some more fun mysteries featuring book clubs, wine tastings, house flipping, and a historical-A Catered Book Club Murder: A Mystery with Recipes by Isis Crawford, A Lady Compromised: A Rosalind Thorne Mystery by Darcie Wilde, Wine Tastings Are Murder: A Poppy McAllister Mystery by Libby Klein, and Murder With a View: A House-Flipper Mystery by Diane Kelly.

Two Local Rogue Performer Previews: Beyond the Backyard/The Line

by Marc Gonzalez,
Jonathon Hogan, Ricardo Temores Jr., & Karina Balfour


UR Here Theater is thrilled to be officially opening as Fresno’s newest theater company at the 2021 Rogue Festival with Beyond the Backyard: UR Here for One-Acts. We are featuring three ten-minute one-act plays: 2B or Nah: Sexting Hamlet written by Donna Latham; Byzantine written by Tlaloc Rivas; and Every Creeping Thing written by David Beardsley.

Great Food Search: Cattlemens Steakhouse in Selma

by Terrance McArthur


Look, this has been a strange month. I will be retiring in March (from my real-world job, not from Kings River Life), and there is a lot of paperwork and running back and forth involved in it. I went to six different restaurant locations in the last month, intending to review each one for The Great Food Search…but I’m only going to do one of them. Therefore, I wish to temporarily apologize to...

Jackie Dale—TheCatMother: Dumped Cats & Kittens

by Jackie Dale



This past month, the cat business has been brisk. At the top of the list of things to do is the installation of security cameras. Two large male cats showed up in my yard about a month ago. I believe them to be male because they have those typical softball-sized heads. I’m not sure they arrived together because they don’t seem to like each other. So far efforts to trap them have proved futile.

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